AUSTIN, Texas (Nov. 2, 2012) – Whole Foods Market shoppers won’t have to wing it this year when it comes to turkey day plans. This November, the grocer will offer online resources for which cooks and novices alike will be thankful, including planning and recipe ideas in weekly Twitter chats, a Facebook turkey personality quiz, a turkey guide and timely Whole Story blog posts featuring expert tips on how to survive the holidays.  

Giving your friends the bird takes on a whole new meaning this Thanksgiving. From Nov. 1-15, turkey fans can visit to take a personality quiz to see which bird matches their Thanksgiving style and then share the fun with friends.

Speaking of turkey, starting Nov. 1, shoppers can now find a complete guide to buying and cooking turkey on From the traditional to the experimental, shoppers can feast on classic, gluten-free and vegetarian recipe ideas and discover creative ways to use leftovers.

Join Whole Foods Market (@wholefoods) and other food enthusiasts weekly this November for Thursday night Twitter chats to talk about how to stay calm through the holiday madness, taste and tweet through a variety of holiday wines to bring to the dinner table and share steps on staying organized as the day of feasting approaches. To participate, use and follow #WFMDish from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. CST each Thursday to join in on the conversation. The schedule is as follows:

Nov. 1: Stress Less This Holiday

Nov. 8: Perfect Holiday Wine and Food Pairings at #WFMWine from7:00 – 8:00 p.m. CST

Nov. 15: Thanksgiving Planning

Nov. 23: Thanksgiving Recovery Group

“We want to put the fun back in the Thanksgiving and take away shoppers’ stress by providing them with the resources they need to shop for a turkey and prepare a holiday meal,” said Natanya Anderson, social media team leader for Whole Foods Market. “Through our light-hearted and fun holiday social offerings, we hope to help people keep the holidays fun and memorable.”

To learn more about Whole Foods Market’s holiday offerings, visit